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Old 02-03-2007, 02:27 PM   #1
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What's for dinner, Saturday, February 3, 2007?

So whats everyone fixing? I have some chicken breasts that I thawed out in the fridge overnight......still doing a little searching for some inspiration, as to what to do with them.

Right now I have a wonderful smelling loaf of French Bread baking away in my bread machine and I just finished making a Lemon Meriguine Pie. I'm not a great pie baker so my fingers are crossed. The crust turned out nicely brown granted the edges aren't fluted like a baker but they will do until I can finally master that technique. I should of prepared extra filling so that the meriguine would of stood up more. But all in all I'm satisfied with the results.....but the real test will be the test as I made the crust myself.

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Old 02-03-2007, 02:33 PM   #2
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Full of Italian pastries for Carnivale....I am having a glass of liver salts! ;)

I'll keep my fingers crossed for your pie!
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Old 02-03-2007, 02:38 PM   #3
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whats liver salts...........sounds nasty
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Like alka selzer, yep its nasty!
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well I`ve had a 1kilo gammon joint boiling with carrots, celery and leeks with mustard powder and white pepper (the salt comes from the gammon), for about 3 hours today, now the meat has been taken out and allowed to cool and is in the fridge for slicing later.
that will go on thick sliced Tiger loaf with plenty English mustard.

the stock and veg is for 2moro`s dinner as a soup (when I add some potatoes).
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Old 02-03-2007, 02:46 PM   #6
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well I`ve had a 1kilo gammon joint boiling with carrots, celery and leeks with mustard powder and white pepper (the salt comes from the gammon), for about 3 hours today, now the meat has been taken out and allowed to cool and is in the fridge for slicing later.
that will go on thick sliced Tiger loaf with plenty English mustard.

the stock and veg is for 2moro`s dinner as a soup (when I add some potatoes).
Sounds yummy, YT. I'll bet your house smells delish. Buck would especially like the part about English mustard. He's a real mustard lover.
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I'm still trying to decide between something chicken breast-ish, or pork chops or ground beef. Once I figure that out I'll be away to the races.
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Like alka selzer, yep its nasty!
Oh okay......all kinds of things were dancing around in my head
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Philly steak sandwiches and hash browns. Concentrating more on tomorrow's meal.

I have the stovetop smoker turning a 7-pound Boston butt into fallin' apart barbecue. Then, later, I'll make some hamburger buns to serve it on. I want to eat tomorrow's dinner, tonight.
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Wild Turkey.. Rare Breed...yum!
Thick cut Porterhouse steaks
Baked Spuds
Green beans...with Evoo and galick
Salad for those that want it
Gambino French bread...
Bread Pudding...praline sauce...U.B.'s version.
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